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Vladimir Vysotsky's Death Mask Set for an Auction
14.10.2015 12:21
Vladimir Vysotsky's Death Mask Set for an Auction
Vladimir Vysotsky and Marina Vlady

French actress Marina Vlady, the widow of the famous Russian singer-songwriter Vladimir Vysotsky, has put up his personal art collection for auction.

      In particular, the  Drouot auction house in Paris will put out for bids the death mask of the legendary actor and poet, as well as Vladimir Vysotsky's last poem addressed to his wife and handwritten on a transport ticket in June, 1980. The starting bids make 10 thousand euro. The death mask is assessed at around 30 — 50 thousand euro.

      Along with these two lots, lifetime photos of Vladimir Vysotsky will be sold at the auction. Besides, the list includes canvasses by Mikhail Chemyakin, Ronald Searle and Solomon Rossin, as well as several sculptures from the singer's collection.

       


Sources: http://rusplt.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Vladimir Vysotsky Russian Actors Russian Poets Russian Songwriters  

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